The College of Human Sciences “Research Showcase” is an annual event that recognizes the outstanding work being done by our graduate students.
The following is an article published by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley and written by Jill Suttie. You can find the article here. Could Mindfulness Help You Control Your Anger? New studies suggest that mindfulness may help us keep our cool during relationship conflicts. I still remember the time I hit one of […]
The following is from an article in Psychology Today featuring the research of Dr. Frank Fincham and Dr. Ross May. You can read the entire article here. (…) Research on the predictors of infidelity has linked the behavior to an array of personality, situational, and demographic variables. While some of those, such as low religiosity […]
Many know Dr. Gregory J. Harris as the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, but his role extends well beyond addressing student issues in the College. He is also a faculty member in the Department of Family and Child Sciences and commits a great amount of effort toward improving the classroom experience. Earlier this year, […]
Dr. Sherry Schofield was awarded the 2017 prestigious ITAA (International Textile and Apparel Association) Fellow Award. She is a professor in the Department of Retail, Merchandising and Product Development. Dr. Schofield has been recognized for outstanding contributions to the field of textiles and apparel and service to the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA). The […]
Over the course of dozens of studies, Frank Fincham has compiled an impressive list of ways that prayer and forgiveness make a difference. Frank Fincham, who holds an endowed chair of the Florida State University College of Human Sciences, is a former Rhodes Scholar with an Oxford doctorate and a long track record of insightful […]
NFES doctoral student, Ashley Artese, has been selected as one of the finalists for the Three-Minute Thesis™ Competition held by The Graduate School on Wednesday, November 29th at 6:00pm in the College of Medicine auditorium. View Event Come and show your support! Remember, those attending (audience) are able to vote for the people’s choice award. […]
Dancers are known for their svelte figures, but they often aren’t making the right dietary choices to fuel their bodies for long, intense performances, Florida State University researchers found in a new study. “It is fairly well recognized that dancers often have peculiar eating habits, and they do this in an effort to have the […]
Learn how to protect Personally Identifiable Information including information classified as private or protected. This short video will demonstrate how to share documents containing private and or protected data. REMEMBER TO NEVER EMAIL someones private information without encryption (don’t know what that means? Watch the video).